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"Everything's been all right so far, but going forward, I'm afraid. Sometimes criminal guys hop on the train, and they'll rob you or kill you. ... Yeah, I'm scared." -Victor Caseres, 26, who had traveled 750 miles by hopping freight trains  to arrive at the shelter (Keith Dannemiller/Special to The Washington Times)

"Everything's been all right so far, but going forward, I'm afraid. Sometimes criminal guys hop on the train, and they'll rob you or kill you. ... Yeah, I'm scared." -Victor Caseres, 26, who had traveled 750 miles by hopping freight trains to arrive at the shelter (Keith Dannemiller/Special to The Washington Times)

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